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Introduction: Liberty and non-discrimination : the scope of intersectional justice Trends in disability rights jurisprudence Recognition of discrimination based on disability Interpreting disability rights Contextualizing jurisprudence on caste The caste system, justice and the law Untouchability and the right to personal liberty Adivasi homelands and the question of liberty Plural societies, religious minorities and discrimination Genealogies of resistence to sex discrimination in India Sex discrimination jurisprudence in India Sexual assault and the right to liberty Rethinking the constitutional category of sex Conclusion: Eliminating hostile environments : non-discrimination, liberty and an insurgent constitutionalism.